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Hello everyone,

I am trying to post-process the results obtained from the LES simulation of the wind turbine field. The flow field consists of 125 million cells and the simulation represents data for 45 minutes of real-time (i.e., T_final = 45 minutes).

I am new to the post-processing of large data, and I was looking for suggestions on the same.
How to estimate the RAM requirements for flow visualization?
Which tools/software would be optimum to handle such large data and also optimum to post-process different cases? (optimum in terms of memory and time taken to process the results)

All suggestions are welcome. Thank you in advance

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